Yorkshire Tourism Guide
Here are some websites that you may find of interest or that might assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in Yorkshire.
- Bempton Cliffs RSPB
Bempton Cliffs RSPB is a 'must visit' site only a couple of miles from our cottages at High Barn and Field House. The towering chalk cliffs of Bempton and Flamborough Head are home to 500,000 seabirds and Bempton is the UK's largest mainland seabird colony.
- Burton Agnes Hall, East Yorkshire
Situated midway between Bridlington and Driffield in East Yorkshire, Burton Agnes Hall is an Elizabethan stately home that has stayed within the same family for more than four hundred years. The Hall and its beautiful, award-winning gardens make a great day out for all the family.
- Burton Constable Hall
Burton Constable Hall is a magnificent Elizabethan mansion with Capability Brown landscaped parkland.
- Castle Howard
Castle Howard near Malton is a magnificent stately home situated in wonderful parkland with lakes, temples, children's playground, farm shop, garden centre and cafes.
- Enjoy England
Tourism destination website for England, featuring both The York Hop Store, Field House Farm Cottages and High Barn Cottages.
- Green Tourism Business Scheme
The Green Tourism Business Scheme encourages businesses in the U.K. to follow good eco-friendly practice throughout their business management. Field House Farm Cottages was very proud to achieve the Green Tourism Silver Award for Self-catering accommodation in August 2010 folloed swiftly by the Green tourism Gold Award for High Barn Cottages. We advocate recycling, purchasing from reputable sources and do our best to pursue sustainable tourism.,
- Mr Moo's Real Dairy Ice Cream Parlour
As fellow dairy farmers in the recent past, we can certainly recommend the luxury ice cream from Mr Moo's. Judith and Steve Foreman produce really tasty, wholesome ice-cream from local milk with 35+flavours. Our visitors couldn't agree more and this is a favourite afternoon out for everyone. Mr Moo's friendly ice cream parlour, on their home farm, is just south of Bridlington.
- Side Oven Bakery
Side Oven Bakery produces delicious food using the best natural ingredients reflecting the character and heritage of the environment
- Skidby Mill
Skidby Windmill is East Riding's only working windmill, located four miles south of Beverley. The flour is sold in the mill shop and used by many local bakers and restaurants
- Spurn Point National Nature Reserve
Spurn Point offers safaris, lighthouse tours and an iconic nature reserve on Yorkshire's famous sand spit. A place like nowhere else. One of the natural wonders of Yorkshire.
- Visit Britain
Tourism destination website featuring Field House Farm Cottages, High Barn, The York Hop Store and Malt House. High Barn Cottages were proud to be finalists in the Visit England self-catering awards 2015 and received a Highly Commended Award.
- Visit Hull and East Yorkshire
VHEY actively promotes holidays and short breaks within East Yorkshire and the city of Hull. Field House Farm Cottages and High Barn have been proud to receive many REYTA Awards as winners in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 from Visit Hull and East Yorkshire.
- Visit York
Renowned for its Roman, Viking, and medieval heritage and its wealth of attractions such as York Minster, York is fast developing a flourishing cutting edge scene. Whether you visit world class museums like the National Railway Museum, take a guided walk or a boat trip on the River Ouse, or just enjoy York's charming and historic city centre, you will find something here to make a great day out for all the family.
- Welcome To Yorkshire
Field House Farm Cottages, High Barn Cottages, The York Hop Store and Malt House are proud members of Welcome To Yorkshire, the organisation that promotes excellence in tourism in Yorkshire. Field House Farm Cottages have been finalists in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2008 in Welcome to Yorkshire's prestigious tourism White Rose Awards for self-catering accommodation. High Barn Cottages were White Rose Award Winners 2012
- Whitby Abbey
Gothic splendour that inspired the creation of Dracula. Overlooking Whitby's bustling fishing harbour - launch point for Captain Cook's voyages of discovery.